Dine In Menu


Category > Lunch Special

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Beijing Dalu Noodles 

Dalu noodle is a traditional dish of the Chinese Han ethnicity. Beijingers often come for a bowl on their birthday, as the length of the noodles symbolizes the length of one’s life. Pork belly slices, black fungus, mushrooms, and egg broth are poured onto the cooked noodles, resulting in a savory flavor.

Chung King Spicy Chicken 

Deep fried chunks of chicken stir fried with Szechuan dried chili pepper, scallions, fresh garlic, green and red bell peppers and jumbo onions in our Chung King spicy sauce.

Eggplant Noodles 

Wheat noodles with eggplant and pork, topped with minced garlic and chopped scallions.

General Tao Chicken 

Breaded chunks of chicken deep fried and then coated with Tea House General Tao sauce. The dish is sweet and sour flavor.

House Spicy Beef 

Tender beef slices stewed in chili broth on top of Chinese cabbage and bean sprouts. Our house specialty.

House Spicy Fish 

Tender fish fillets stewed in chili broth on top of Chinese cabbage and bean sprouts. Our house specialty.

House Spicy Pork 

Tender slices of pork stewed in chili broth on top of napa cabbage and bean sprouts. Our house specialty.

Kung Pao Chicken 

Kung Pao Chicken was originally a typical family dish in Szechuan, and improved in the Qing Dynasty by Baozhen Ding during his time as ruler of the province. With the robust blend of sweet, sour and spicy, the dices of tender chicken stir fried with crispy peanuts moved beyond a provincial classic to becoming one of the most well-known Chinese dishes around the world.

Kung Pao Tofu 

Fried chunks of tofu, red and green bell peppers stir fried in the style of Kung Pao Chicken.

Ma Po Tofu (with Pork) 

Soft tofu diced then stir fried with ground pork, ginger, garlic, Szechuan bean paste, pepper corns and leeks. A popular spicy home style dish in Szechuan.

Scalded Chili Noodles 

Another traditional street food in Shaanxi Province. Hand-stretched noodles topped with fresh green onions, miced fresh garlic, chopped peanuts and ground dried chili pepper, then drizzled with a spoon of hot chili oil prior to serving.

Sesame Chicken 

Chunks of chicken leg meat lightly coated with batter and deep fried, coated with a sweet and sour sauce, topped with sesame seeds and served on a bed of crispy rice noodles. An American favorite.

Shredded Pork in Garlic Sauce 

One of the most popular dishes in Szechuan, with a signature taste. Shredded pork stir fried with various ingredients for a distinctive flavor resulting from a delicate balance of sweet, sour, and light spicy.

Shrimp with Vegetables 

Shrimp stir-fried with various vegetables in a clear, light sauce.

Taiwan Braised Pork on Rice 

Taiwanese braised pork on rice is a very famous Taiwanese snack. The flavors vary depending on the local providers, and it can be found in both roadside stands and the menu of the gourmet restaurants. Small chunks of braised pork are poured on the rice, and the taste is slightly savory and sweet.

Tomato Egg Noodles 


Xi’an Pork Pita (with Rib Soup) 

Pork pita is one of the most famous traditional flavors in Shaanxi, spread throughout the streets of Xi'an. Its history can be traced back to the Warring States era and has been passed down faithfully to the present day. Pork is placed in a marinated broth of various spices and simmered in a small fire. Then it is diced, and sandwiched in pita bread.


Vegetarian Dish

The brunch (buffet) is available at the University location from 10:30 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday.


1) The above menus are only available at the University location.

2) 18% gratuity will be added to checks for six or more.

3) A 16% gratuity will be added to all checks during brunch business hours from 10:30 am to 2:00 pm, including all items ordered off the dinner menu. (6 people or more ordered from menu will be charged 18% gratuity)

4) Sorry, no checks accepted.

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